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Armed robbers steal over £1000 in cash and jewellery from Newbury Park massage parlour

PUBLISHED: 09:54 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 12:18 29 November 2017

The armed robbery took place at a massage parlour near the junction of Tring Close and Horns Road in Newbury Park

The armed robbery took place at a massage parlour near the junction of Tring Close and Horns Road in Newbury Park

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Armed robbers descended on a Newbury Park massage parlour last night, threatening a woman with a handgun and escaping with jewellery and cash.

Police were called to the massage parlour in Horns Lane, Ilford, near the junction with Tring Close at around 9.07pm on Tuesday, November, 28 following reports of a robbery.

Officers attended along with London Ambulance Service.

Three men are believed to have entered the premises and pointed a small black handgun at a member of staff before escaping with £600 in cash and £1000 worth of jewellery

There were no serious injuries but a woman in her 30s was treated for shock.

The three men were all in black clothing, wearing hoodies with scarves covering their face and gloves covering their hands.

Officers are attempting to retrieve CCTV.

There have been no arrests and enquiries continue as officers from Redbridge CID investigate.

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